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|"SAVE THE WHALES AGAIN!" 16 Nov - Bondi|
|Friday, 16 November 2007|
Thousands to gather to form giant human whale and call for protection of the Australian humpbacks!
Come and join to set the world's record for largest human whale ever!
Friday 16th November, to participate in the Save the Whales Again campaign ~ we aim to beat the amount of people who in the pic below ~
2,500 whale supporters form whale in California recently...
We are asking for thousands of people to gather on Bondi Beach from 3-5pm Friday November 16TH to participate in a "SAVE THE WHALES AGAIN!" event and create a unique ‘aerial art’ image to bring attention to the plight of the Australian Humpback whales and the more than 1,000 whales that are being threatened by the Japanese Whaling fleet. A press conference at 2pm will kick off the event.
Special guests include "Save the Whales Again!" Campaign spokespersons Isabel Lucas, pro surfer Dave Rastovich and others who will join internationally renowned Aerial Artist John Quigley and "Save the Whales Again!" Campaign founder Jeff ‘Whaleman’ Pantukhoff in the creation of a giant “Human Humpback Whale” and conservation message which will be photographed from the air.
The Japanese Whaling fleet is set to launch to the southern ocean with the intention of killing '950' Minke Whales, '50' Fin Whales, and '50' Humpback whales.
There is a growing international movement of enforcement of International whaling laws. Participants in the event will be standing up and calling on the Australian Government to stand up to Japan and stop this illegal hunting. In addition, we are calling upon Australian’s and the citizens of the world to NOT purchase anything from the whaling nations of Japan, Norway and Iceland until they stop killing dolphins and whales.
Campaign spokespersons Hayden Panettiere, Isabel Lucas, Dave Rastovich, and Jeff Pantukhoff have just returned from Taiji where their actions resulted in worldwide media coverage of the cruel and barbaric dolphin drive fisheries
The event is being sponsored by the Save The Whales Again! Campaign, the Whaleman Foundation, Spectral Q, Surfers For Cetaceans, and icon images & others.
Supported by Whale Call Inc.
Photos courteousy of Peter Carrette - Icon Images
|Last Updated ( Friday, 16 November 2007 )|
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